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Helpful Article on Controversies around PAS and Parental Alienation in the Legal and Psychotherapeutic Communities

Having your children suffering from alienation is bad enough. Discovering that there is angry and inflammatory discourse about the very existence of parental alienation adds another layer of discouragement! You may be dismayed to learn that there is a cohort … Continue reading

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Fighting Back Using the Legal System

The legal system is the best available tool to fight PAS ¬†for most of us, but as it exists now it is shockingly expensive, clumsy, inefficient, and often fails. This is because parental alienation is not recognized and understood as … Continue reading

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What is parental alienation?

Parental Alienation is the undeserved rejection of a parent by a child caused by the influence of the other parent, or sometimes by the influence of a step-parent, grandparent or other caregiver(s). The terms “parental alienation” and “parental alienation syndrome” … Continue reading

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What NOT to do

I will write in detail about the points below in future posts. This is a summary of what I believe is most important. What NOT to do: Don’t take the rejection personally. It is truly not about you. Although you … Continue reading

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What to do?

I will write in ¬†depth about the points below in future posts, so please consider this just a summary of what I believe is most important. What to do: Educate yourself . Learn all you can about parental alienation, and … Continue reading

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Welcome alienated parents, and everyone interested in parental alienation.

Are you an alienated parent? If so, you likely feel very lonely at times. Do you spend hours wondering what you did wrong, and obsessively replay your interactions with your child in your mind, barely able to comprehend what has … Continue reading

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